Ridgeland MS Real Estate
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Ready To Transfer Ownership!
- Price: $1,800,000
Property Known As Indian Cycle And Fitness In The Heart Of Ridgeland On Pear Orchard Road. Multi ...
- Price: $1,495,000
- Acres: 1.30
Quality, Quality, Quality. Very Spacious Home. Priced Below Appraisal. Huge Laundry Room, Love...
- Price: $1,199,900
- Beds: 5
- Baths: 7
Ridgeland MS Real Estate, Homes, Condos, Farms, Land and Lots for sale in Mississippi
Located in Madison County between the cities of Madison and Jackson, the history of Ridgeland, MS dates back to 1805 when it was the Choctaw Indian Agency.
Today, the bicycle-friendly community features some of the best schools in state coupled with numerous lakes, parks and opportunities for enjoying outdoor activities.
Named as one of the “100 Best Places to Live” by Money Magazine in 2007, Ridgeland, MS has much to offer its residents.
From its convenient location near to the capital city of Jackson to its numerous shopping and dining opportunities, Ridgeland, MS manages to offer the perfect blend of small town charm and big city energy. Shopping opportunities found within the community include the Northpark Mall, which features more than 130 department stores and specialty shops, as well as numerous antique shops and boutiques. The Antique mall of the South features the largest collection of antiques in central Mississippi, while Fifty-One Place offers a variety of collectible items. For those who enjoy crafts, the Mississippi Crafts Center offers crafts created by the more than 150 members of the Mississippi Craftsman’s Guild.
For those who enjoy spending time outdoors, Ridgeland, MS has much to offer.
Thanks to its location along the north shore of the Ross Barnett Reservoir, city residents can participate in a wide variety of water activities and other outdoor recreation. Located along the Natchez Trace Parkway, which is maintained by the National Park Service as an All-American Road, residents of Ridgeland, MS also have ample opportunity to explore areas of historical significance. The parkway, which pays tribute to the Old Natchez Trace, spans 444 miles and features numerous points of historical interest. Access to the parkway, which passes through three states, is limited to non-commercial traffic and offers 50 access points.
Numerous community events also take place in Ridgeland, MS on a regular basis.
Every Fourth of July, the Celebrate America Moon Glow offers a number of activities coupled with hot air balloons, live music, food and more. Other annual events include the Senior Adult Valentine Banquet, the Easter Egg Hunt, the Mayor’s Wellness Walk, the Christmas Celebration and the Floating Christmas Parade. The unique Trunk or Treat event, which takes place each Halloween, features hayrides and carnival games while inviting children to get candy from car trunks that have been decorated and filled with candy by volunteers.
Children who live in the city of Ridgeland, MS are served by the Madison County School District.
The community high school, Ridgeland High School, is home to the number one class 4A marching band, color guard and drumline for the 2008-2009 and 2010-2011 school years. The school’s speech and debate team is also considered to be one of the best teams in the state.
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